The RS-485 standard defines a popular and widely used serial data interface and network that’s been in use for over 30 years. It’s found in factories, process control plants, building automation, and other industrial applications. RS-485 popularity stems from its differential transmission format that minimizes the noise inherent in most industrial settings.
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